Twin City Union reveal railroad-inspired club logo

TWIN CITY UNION LOGO (1)LEWIS COUNTY, WA—Twin City Union out of Centralia / Chehalis have released their brand new club logo as they prepare to help the Northwest Premier League launch its first ever season in 2016.

The logo features a silver shield with the word “Union” at its heart, and a railroad spike acting as the “I” in the name. The railroad has long been a part of life in the cities of Centralia and Chehalis, acting as a “union” connecting the two.

The silver shield is enhanced by a colorful frame that proclaims “Twin City” in a semi-circle on top and then sharpens into a locomotive plow shape at bottom center.

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Steam engines still operate on the Chehalis – Centralia Railroad.

The colors have special meaning for the club as well. Centralia College uses “Blazer Blue,” WF West High School features Gray and Centralia High School is known for their Orange. A union of the 3 schools’ colors represents the community coming together to build one team for all.

The years posted on either side represent the official incorporations of Chehalis (1883) and Centralia (1886) as cities.

TWIN CITY UNION SHIELDThe logo was designed locally by Alderson’s. A secondary mark lifts the “Union” silver shield in a stand-alone look.

TCU has tabbed Centralia College Women’s Soccer Head Coach Horst Malnut as Coaching Director on the women’s side. The Union will announce a head coach and open tryout dates shortly.

The Union were admitted into the NWPL in a press release posted on February 5, 2016.

Twin City Union are now online at:

https://twincityunion.wordpress.com

https://twitter.com/TwinCityUnion

https://www.facebook.com/TWIN-City-UNION-1544528665875921/?fref=ts

 

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